It's not enough anymore to build a website with a couple of pages about your company and wait for the visitors to start showing up. Driving website traffic has become an art form that requires a combination of technology and marketing know-how. In order for Google to correctly catalogue a blog or website, certain steps
Data shows that between 70-80% of people research a small business online before visiting the business in-person. That means a large majority of customers are judging businesses based on a website and digital profile. Now, let’s run an experiment: Try to forget everything you know and love about your business. Then visit your business’s website.
SEO is dead. Social Media has replaced SEO. Tired of all the confusion? Not sure where to turn for solid advice? Let’s try to alleviate the fuzziness and get down to brass tacks. Check out these 10 Social Media and SEO Myths debunked… 1. Search Engine Optimization is something where we get as much information
“Content is king, marketing is Queen, and your blog is their castle”. It was former Salesforce Social Media Director and now startup of Addvocate, Marcus Nelson, who stated this. And though I agree, I would add an element that sustains it all… Context. Context is the “story” told: “how will your widget help me?”; “why